White Ribbon Day features on Weipa Watchhouse Wall Mural

Weipa police have undertaken a partnership project named “Turning Point” with Mokwi Napranum Men’s Group over the last 12 months. Project Turning Point has empowered men within the Napranum Community to take the lead and deal with issues such as Domestic … Continue reading

Child Protection Detective nets the October POOTY win

October Winner from Cairns Nominations for the 2014-2015 Far North District Police Officer of the Year (POOTY) continue to remain high with past winners, Senior Constable Michael Selfe, Constable Sly Lidicky and Senior Sergeant Jamie Horn announced as monthly winners … Continue reading

Beat officers test their jungle skills

With their survival kits in hand, Adopt-a-Cops Constable Michael Dunstan and Acting Senior Constable Dan McEntee from Mooroobool Police Beat headed into the depths of the jungle to put their physical, mental and survival skills to the test on Tuesday. … Continue reading

Make your party one to remember for the right reasons

As school starts to wind up and 2014 Christmas parties get under-way, it’s time for a reminder about your responsibilities as the host or organiser of a party. You are responsible for ensuring that your guests are ‘Party Safe’. Have a party that … Continue reading

Say NO to Domestic and Family Violence

White Ribbon is the world’s largest male-led movement to end men’s violence against women. White Ribbon is now active in more than 60 countries after originating in Canada in 1991. Sergeant Larissa Flood said, “Australia started our campaign in 2003 … Continue reading

Appeal for witnesses, Bentley Park crash

Police are investigating a single vehicle traffic crash that occurred at about 4.15pm yesterday on the Bruce Highway, near the intersection of Robert Road in Bentley Park. It will be alleged a truck towing two trailers carrying bulk loads of … Continue reading

St Joey’s jump at the chance to support Day for Daniel

Schools around the far north rallied on October 31, for the 10th annual Day for Daniel. It was a National Day of Action to raise awareness of child safety, protection and harm prevention. St Joseph’s Primary at Parramatta Park had their … Continue reading

Slip on some heels and prevent violence against women

Local men and boys are urged to slip on some heels and join in the ‘In Her Shoes’ relay race to lead the campaign to prevent violence against women! We know that the majority of men are not violent, so we … Continue reading

Mooroobool Beat ‘cops it sweet’

It was a family fun event at the annual Balaclava State School Fete for Adopt-a-Cops Constable Kelly Chamberlain, and Acting Senior Constables Dan Mc Entee and Mike Costelloe. Sensing the difficulty of jumping on a bouncy castle or heading down … Continue reading

Manoora Police Beat show their support for Day for Daniel

As schools and communities from across the country took part in spreading safety messages to our children for the ‘Day for Daniel’, local Police Beat Officer’s headed to the Cairns Esplanade to spend the morning with children from a local … Continue reading

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